Recommendation: High value fried chicken and salad snack.
Upon my visits to the Gong Guan Nightmarket, there is a boneless fried chicken stall that usually has a queue of about 20 people long. People don't seem to mind waiting 15 minutes for this stall, and I was curious, but not curious enough to wait for a serving during peak time. For 60 NT at Dragon Bro's, you can get a portion of fried chicken and a side of cole slaw. They also serve shrimp rolls and calamari spring rolls: 3 for 50 NT. This is seems to be the most popular stall in the Gong Guan Nightmarket.
For 60 NT, this fried chicken combo is not a bad way to curb the late night hunger pangs. Although the cole slaw was not seasoned so well, but it was an apt pairing with the very oily and salty fried chicken. The Taiwanese way of frying chicken really lets the chicken remain succulent. The exterior is thin, crunchy, and layered with the oil on top, which is the key factor that makes this dirty snack so tasty. I can see why people are willing to wait 15 minutes for this unique item this stall offers. Their chicken is not too dry, and the breading is thin and tasty. Spending 60 NT here has more yay for your yuan than spending it at your local TKK(頂呱呱) or the neighboring salt-crispy chicken stand. They serve a generous portion of a quality item at a reasonable price.